I usually have my end of season 1/2 price sale at the end of September but this year I thought I’d offer it earlier. This will allow folk to try their hand at Autumn sowing (The Hardy annuals can be sown in late August/Early September)
This selection will make a fine cutting patch. There is a great diversity of colour, form and texture.
The bundle is sold as a ‘no frills’ package…and by that I mean that customers won’t receive my usual flouncy, handwritten letter…this is simply because trying to write 300 of them will make my small brain explode. Your parcel will only contain the seed packets.
There is no shipping charge.
The parcel will go through a standard size letterbox.
Please allow a full week for delivery.
I have three hundred sets available. I suspect they will all be sold within a week.
Keep the seeds cool, dry and in the dark…and they will be totally fine for next season. I like to start the year with fresh stock….it gives me a competitive edge over the big seed houses.
I have 20 wonderful packets of seeds to send you. The majority are Hardy Annuals (the last three are not hardy). I will write a post on the pros and cons of Autumn sowing later in the week, for the uninitiated.
*Salvia ‘Blue Monday’
*Cornflowers ‘Blue Ball’
*Cornflower ‘Black Ball’
*Chrysanthemum ‘Rainbow Hippy Lovechild’
*Eschscholzia ‘Orange King’
*Eschscholzia ‘Ivory Castle’ (These two varieties look handsome when grown together)
*Borage (Phacelia and Borage are the big guns with regards to attracting bees to your garden)
*Gypsophila ‘Covent Garden’
*’Bee Friendly Mix’ (A blend of cornflowers, Ammi majus, Nigella and Eschscholzia)
*Nigella ‘Oxford Blue’
*Nigella ‘Light Blue’
*Scabiosa ‘Back In Black’
The following are half hardy annuals and as such should not be sown until April as they sulk if they see a frost.
Cleome ‘Helen Campbell’
NB You may find that one or two of the packets have dog eared corners…I know how they feel….it’s the end of the season….